Title: Blood Brothers
Author: Nick Pope
Page Count: Unavailable
Publishing Date/Publisher: November 2018, Thistle Publishing
Review: This is an excellent book and reads like a TV miniseries. The quick jumps, the suspense, the action- it could easily be turned into a BBC show. The quick jumps between scenes might be annoying to some, I understand that, but the big problem I have when reading is that they focus too long on one particular thing. I blame the ADHD but at this point, it could just be my personality. Anyway, I liked that; it kept the energy up and didn’t let the plot lag any.
The plot was engaging, the characters were relatable (on the good guy’s side, obviously). Being the only main female character, I latched onto Jenny fairly quickly. She’s a strong character who knows her limits and can hold her own in a group full of Alpha men. But I felt connected to the male characters anyway. I understood Quill’s methods and motives and found him to be an enjoyable character with a good arc in terms of his development over the course of the book.
I would recommend this book for anyone who wants a fast-paced, action packed read.